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Monthly Archives: March 2010
First a news headline: A mix of heavy snows melting and several hvy rain producing nor-Easters has led to a epic flood in New England this is worst flood since 1939 for Rhode Island. http://www.windstream.net/wind/portal/NewsChannel.aspx?ArticleID=D9EP9Q680&CatID=TopHeadlines While for us here in … Continue reading
1. Before we get to spring fever a dreary Monday is in store as low pressure will be slow to depart the eastern seaboard. As a result clouds and drizzle will likely linger into the first of Monday with highs … Continue reading
Its still pretty chilly out this morning with a current temperature of 34 at 8 o’clock. Don’t worry though, it should warm up nicely this afternoon. If you don’t have plans to be outdoors today you need to make some, … Continue reading
If you have the chance to get outside today you better do it because rain is headed our way on Thursday. Today is going to be absolutely beautiful with high temperatures near 70 degrees and a low tonight of around … Continue reading
The same storm that dumped snow over the southern plains this weekend is now effecting our area. The low pressure system is currently located over western Tennessee and is bringing us a cold and gloomy Monday. The low pressure center … Continue reading
Trough continues to dig across the central US, which will eventually lead to a closed low pressure system. The upper-level low will push into Mississippi by tomorrow, with the surface low located to the north of this.
That’s right, friends. Clear skies are here and should accompany us through the rest of the week, before the next system moves in this weekend. Low pressure system that has been stalled off of the east coast has finally tracked … Continue reading
Yeah, maybe we have had a few consecutive days of the gloom and rain, but a change is on the horizon! Keeping clouds around for most of the day, with the trough still in place overnight. All in all, not … Continue reading
The Mid-South will get a heavy dose of rain today from the low pressure system currently out over the upper-Mississippi valley.
It appears that we may get our first decent round of thunderstorms of the year over the Mid-South on Thursday.